Fans of cartoonist Scott Adams' Dilbert will recognize Dogbert, Asok the intern, and the comic's signature satirical wit. Many, however, may have been (pleasantly, I hope) surprised by the strip's recent tackling of international LGBT issues—namely, India's criminalization of gay couples.
The 2014 Level Ground Film Festival, the world's first faith-based LGBT film and arts festival, has announced their full program and tickets are on sale now for all events during the festival's ten day run.
"Trans* H4CK radically shifts the ways trans people live by creating technology that economically empowers, improves access to social services, promotes gender safety and community sustainability, while bringing visibility to trans* led startups," according to a statement released by Trans 100 and Trans* H4CK.
The documentary The New Black, which has been nominated for a GLAAD Media Award this year, will enjoy another theatrical run February 12-18 at New York City's Film Forum. GLAAD readers can get a special discount offer, details inside.
Director Jason Cohen discusses his Academy Award nominated short film 'Facing Fear' about the incredible story of how hate crime victim Matthew Boger now works with former-attacker Tim Zaal to bring a powerful message of acceptance and forgiveness to others.